361: Villains and Villainy, Antagonists and Obstacles: Crafting Conflict in Epic Fantasy — Interview with Tasha Suri

Today, I have the pleasure of interviewing Tasha Suri.

Tasha is an award-winning author, occasional librarian and cat owner. Her books include the Books of Ambha duology and The Jasmine Throne, (which is out now).

When she isn’t writing, Tasha likes to cry over TV shows, buy too many notebooks, and indulge her geeky passion for reading about South Asian history. She lives with her family in a mildly haunted house in London.

 

In this episode Tasha and I discuss:

  • Why she wanted to depict different kinds of strength and how she pulled it off.
  • Her advice for tying together multiple points of view. (Her novel has ten POVs!)
  • How to write a book proposal for a novel and other advice for getting published.

 

Plus, her #1 tip for writers.

For more info and show notes: www.diymfa.com/361

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